The idea is that it would enable any tool to be tied into the
access-control system. Each socket on the strip can be remotely turned
on or off apparently.
As I understand it the idea is to ensure people using mains powered
Hmm, though it does raise the point of how to turn it off again. Timed?
On 25/09/2012 16:28, Adrian Godwin wrote:
> If the power plug is captive, that would leave a bare wire when the
> workshop's turned back on. Nobody will be patient enough to wait for a
> keyholder to remove the cord, they'll tape it up at best.
> Not really sure what problem this is solving. Why should the leads be captive ?
> On Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 4:24 PM, Monty <monty...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Tuesday, 25 September 2012 16:13:46 UTC+1, Sci wrote:
>>> I mentioned the idea on Saturday night that perhaps caging-in these
>>> Something that's occurred to me is the issue of tool failure. If a tool
>>> Each addressable power strip is going to need it's own emergency-off
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